Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma is a worldwide proven methodology for sustainable and demonstrable improvement of processes and organisations. It offers an approach that enables organisations to achieve concrete results in a structured manner by using certain methods in order to be able to improve themselves continuously. This is why more and more organisations are moving from a ‘traditional’ to a ‘Lean’ organisational structure.
As a knowledge organisation, we are specialised in optimising processes and employees. We go one step further and make the difference by linking Lean Six Sigma and data analysis to process, product, organisation and employee development. By collecting and connecting targeted data, we can identify deviations and even perform predictive analyses.
When organisational processes need improvement, Lean Six Sigma offers a fundamental toolset to implement this improvement. In addition, Lean Six Sigma is a crucial element in building a culture of continuous improvement.
With Lean, we focus on eliminating processes that do not add any value (waste) in order to allow systems to flow efficiently. With Six Sigma, we use statistical tools to find the root of the problem and identify how it can be improved. Both Lean and Six Sigma use DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control), a standard scientific thinking method, to solve problems. By using both Lean and Six Sigma, we can sustainably improve business performance.